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Ex-Cardinals 2011 season-opening census

Josh Jones of TheCardinalNation.com and Cardinals Best News Links has prepared the following lists. They provide the current organization and level of 76 former St. Louis Cardinals major and minor league players.

Major Leagues
Rick Ankiel Nationals
Daric Barton Athletics
Blaine Boyer Mets (designated for assignment)
Russell Branyan Diamondbacks
Brian Broderick Nationals
Miguel Cairo Reds
Coco Crisp Athletics
Mark DeRosa Giants
J.D. Drew Red Sox
Luke Gregerson Padres
Dan Haren Angels
Blake Hawksworth Dodgers
Jarrett Hoffpauir Padres (disabled list)
Cesar Izturis Orioles
Adam Kennedy Mariners
Felipe Lopez Rays (recently called up)
Ryan Ludwick Padres
Mike MacDougal Dodgers
Jason Marquis Nationals
Mike McCoy Blue Jays
Aaron Miles Dodgers
Chris Narveson Brewers
Darren Oliver Rangers
Brad Penny Tigers
Chris Perez Indians
Joel Pineiro Angels
Placido Polanco Phillies
Edgar Renteria Reds
Dennys Reyes Red Sox (designated for assignment)
Scott Rolen Reds
Brendan Ryan Mariners
Brett Wallace Astros
Jack Wilson Mariners
Jamey Wright Mariners
Triple-A
Brian Barden Round Rock (Rangers)
Brian Barton Louisville (Reds)
Tagg Bozied Lehigh Valley (Phillies)
Ron Belliard Lehigh Valley (Phillies)
Robinson Cancel Oklahoma City (Astros)
Alberto Castillo Norfolk (Orioles)
Terry Evans Fresno (Giants)
Randy Flores Tucson (Padres)
Edgar Gonzalez Fresno (Giants)
Ruben Gotay New Orleans (Marlins)
Michel Hernandez Norfolk (Orioles)
Randy Keisler Albuquerque (Dodgers)
Josh Kinney Charlotte (White Sox)
Hector Luna Pawtucket (Red Sox)
Joe Mather Gwinnett (Braves)
Clayton Mortensen Colorado Springs (Rockies)
Dan Nelson Gwinnett (Braves)
Rich Hill Pawtucket (Red Sox)
Matt Pagnozzi Colorado Springs (Rockies)
Luis Perdomo Tucson (Padres)
Timo Perez Toledo (Tigers)
Royce Ring Tacoma (Mariners)
Jeff Suppan Omaha (Royals)
Joe Thurston New Orleans (Marlins)
Jess Todd Columbus (Indians)
Brett Tomko Round Rock (Rangers)
Mark Worrell Norfolk (Orioles)
Double-A
David Carpenter Corpus Christi (Astros)
Brian Esposito Corpus Christi (Astros)
Matt Meyer Arkansas (Angels)
Shane Peterson Midland (Athletics)
Stuart Pomeranz Chattanooga (Dodgers)
Anthony Reyes Akron (Indians)
A-Advanced
Gary Daley Stockton (Athletics)
Single-A
Miguel Negron Kannapolis (White Sox)
Adam Veres Greensboro (Marlins)
Extended Spring Training
Vicente Campos Mariners
Jason Insringhausen Mets (to be promoted to NY)
Wagner Mateo Diamondbacks
Nick McCully White Sox
Nate Robertson Mariners (injured)
Lenny Rosario Mets

Update: I added the following table, which breaks down the current major leaguers by the 29 other organizations. Seattle leads the way with four former Cardinals.

Ex-Cardinals currently in the majors, by organization

4 Mariners
3 Dodgers Nationals Reds
2 Angels A’s Padres Red Sox
1 Astros Blue Jays Brewers D’backs
1 Giants Indians Mets Orioles
1 Phillies Rangers Rays Tigers
0 Yankees White Sox Royals Twins
0 Marlins Braves Pirates Cubs
0 Rockies

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